This Month's Issue:
Ted Demme spent six years developing his look at the drug trade only
to see it hit screens three months after "Traffic."
Brave New Cinemas
Top Architects specializing in theatre design talk about
the how, what and where of making moviehouses in the new millenium.
Silence in the House
Captioned Films has scored numerous victories in its quest
to make more open-captioned movie prints available to the deaf.
What's hot according to buyers and critics.
Cinema owners who joined up.
Movies ranked by grosses.
Coming movies ordered by date of bow.
Why films are classified as they are.
A calendar of industry happenings.
the President's Desk
John Fithian discusses how intellectual property rights help prevent
unauthorized copying of digitized movies.
is to be acquired by investor group; Dickinson
emerges from Chapter 11; Muvico
opens a 24-plex in Maryland.
Engineers at Dolby
recieve Academy Awards for helping establish TASA's trailer loudness
Amusements buys 13-plex in England; Galaxy buys an
8-plex in Canada; Kodak
opens a 4-plex in China.
Michael Karagosian says digital cinema's security model is very different
from the model for digital video and music.
Judson runs down the benefits of being in a state or regional unit certified
The cast and creators of "Hannibal"
leave the feast to take up "Evolution," "The Gangs of
New York," and John Q."
Steven John Fellman on exiting Assistant Attorney General Lee; Jonathan
Yarowsky on the surgeon general's report on media.
Brendan Fraser returns home to mummy; Mike Myers and Eddie Murphy team
for "Shrek"; stars are strafed in "Pearl Harbor."
CEO and NATO chairman Mike Campbell reveals, among other things, his
favorite non-Regal multiplex.
2001 Touchstone Pictures